No cocaine in the milk

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Further tests conducted yesterday August 18, 2021, by the Guyana Forensic Science Laboratory on twelve packets labelled Fernleaf Milk, that were suspected by the police to have contained a mixture of cocaine, have revealed no trace of the narcotic in their contents.

The packets had been seized on August 16, 2021, from an outgoing female passenger at the Eugene F. Correia International Airport, Ogle, following a search of her luggage.

The woman and a male who had been arrested, have since been released from police custody.

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